Lotus Flowers

by Quiet!

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Quiet! works to redefine the rock concept album with Lotus Flowers, a song cycle which depicts in music, a year in the life of a lonely flower shop keeper. Featuring two songs for each passing season, it's a sonic love letter to the expansive sounds of the late 60's/ early 70's. Lotus Flowers was captured on 2 inch tape at Portland, OR's Old Standard Sound.

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released May 1, 2014

Songs and production by Chris Read. Engineered by Justin Higgins, Cover Art by Justine Todd and Matt Blanks.

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Quiet! Portland, Oregon

Taking their cues from vintage Psych Rock, exploring it's themes with an ear toward the angular intensity of Post Punk, Quiet! plays immersive songs which take sudden detours into off map sonic excursions.

For fans of The Pink Floyd, Hawkwind, David Bowie, Amon Duul II and Wire.
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Track Name: Snow Turns to Ice
Instrumental
Track Name: The Great Embrace
"We exist in between the spaces, winning cancelled races before they begin."
Track Name: Florist
"Does a florist dream flowers in spring, and does the butcher see blood in the changing trees?"
Track Name: In The Moment
"Time is an abstraction I just can't embrace."
Track Name: Scuzzy
"Impressions fade but what remains is the scent of you on my skin and the thought of you on my brain as the twilight fades."
Track Name: Summer's Unhappy Ending
"Summer ended without you today. I sat and stood and paced, orbiting the places where you stood..."
Track Name: What You Wanted
"What were three things that you really wanted in your life?"
Track Name: You Again?
"If the stars love the night, so the sun fills the sky. Where the trees meet the soil, there the wind finds the sea again."